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NEET Score criteria : Qualifying marks

UR / General category : 131
OBC category : 107
SC / ST / PH category : 107

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Students Opinions

  • Vini Soni (MBA- IIFT 2010) :
    The kind of guidance and planning done here is excellent. I got passed out from IIFT Delhi in 2010 and the credit goes to Anand Darak Sir.
  • Hitesh (MBA- Great Lake - 2009) : Perfectly guided by Anand Sir for the career.
  • Swati Maheshwari (Symbiosis - 2006) : My potential was identified over there and because of proper track, I could get a wonderful college.
  • Aditi Mansinghka (MBA - SCMLD 2005) : I dropped a year and then came to Bhilwara. It was a good decision because of assistance of NMC, I was able to get such a good college.
  • Neha Jain (MBA - NIA 2004) : I was informed and guided for this program and I think it was the best for me.
  • Alpesh (MBA Amity 2003) : Those years, lack of information and assistance was a major concern. I did MBA from Amity and it was due to help of Anand Sir and NMC.
  • Priti Mehta (CA- 2010) : There is a great importance of guidance, I felt and agree. Only because of NMC and Anand Sir I am to perform today.
  • Priti Maheshwari (IFIM 2008) : How a Hindi medium student can reach to a top class B-school and do MBA, all were made possible for me by NMC.
  • Bhanu Pratap (MS 2011) : Apart from a lot of weaknesses, I was able to pursue and reach at pinnacle, and I very much thankful to Mr Darak for it.
  • Snehal Kothari (Architecture 2014) : I am pleased that I am doing architecture and it all happened because of guidance.
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